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Story of Irish labour

J. M. MacDonnell

Story of Irish labour

by J. M. MacDonnell

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Published by The National Labour Press in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Labour -- Ireland -- History.,
  • Labour movement -- Ireland -- History.

  • Edition Notes

    Title from cover.

    StatementJ. M. MacDonnell.
    ContributionsNational Labour Press (London),
    The Physical Object
    Pagination24p. ;
    Number of Pages24
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17484029M

      Estimates of the number of women who went through Irish Magdalene laundries vary, and most religious orders haverefused to provide archival information for investigators and historians. Up to Author: Erin Blakemore. out of 5 stars Companion Volume to Labour in Irish History. Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 10 July Format: Paperback. Labour in History is a marvellous work. For many it was their introduction to socialism. The companion volume mentioned is "Labour,Nationality and Religion". Both works and others are included in "James Connolly 5/5(4).

    Labour MP Jess Phillips' story to be turned into TV drama The book is described as a ‘collection of empowering stories from her own life'. On 12 May , the Irish socialist James Connolly was strapped to a chair because of his wounds, acquired during the defeated Easter rising, and executed by a British firing squad. The news of his death was greeted with cheers in the House of Commons, cheers in which Labour MPs joined.

      Book Review: The ‘Labour Hercules’: The Irish Citizen Army and Irish Republicanism, , by Jeffrey Leddin () “If you or anybody else expect that I’m going to waste my time talking ‘bosh’ to the crowds,” James Connolly was heard to say, .   Labour in Irish History is Connolly's best known book. It outlines a Marxist intepretation based on Connolly's identification of the struggle for Irish independence with the social struggles of the working class. Treacy's introduction and notes provide a comprehensive historical and politcal background to the book.


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It was time for the Irish people, especially the industrial working class, to look to their own leadership.'The cause of Ireland is the cause of Labour.' When denounced by people for writing potted histories and socialist leaflets, Connolly said that 'A leaflet read by everyone 5/5(5).

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